Perhaps you have already made your first small jumps and jumped with both legs and the whole thing didn't feel so elegant yet. An Ollie helps you to jump off in a more controlled manner and also to jump higher and even further.
Practicing stationary Ollie movements
In an ollie, we jump over the back leg and use the tail of the snowboard as a kind of spring. To jump an Ollie, you can imagine a kind of wave movement
In order to remain stable during the jump, we push our snowboard forward with our hips, which pushes the snowboard through and gives us energy for the Ollie. It is very important to pull the front foot up correctly.
When to do an ollie?
An ollie is actually suitable for almost every jump, even if you are jumping into boxes or want to jump into a tail press (nollie). For most people, an ollie while riding is almost easier than standing.
It's best to aim for the point you want to jump from in order to have a commitment for the Ollie at the corresponding point or try to jump over objects.
Are the Ollis already working?
If the Ollis aren't working yet, have a look at the Tail Press to feel the tension of your snowboard better 8.0 Tailpress
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